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up and down the east coast, are a mess on this tuesday morning. thank you for joining us. we went on early for you today. >> i'm megan pringle. >> i'm charley crowson. team coverage throughout the day for you here in the aftermath of hurricane now super storm sandy, on the right, you see a life shot, hamdon, beneath the jfx, baltimore cities we will have a live report from sherrie johnson and on the left, new york city, moments ago, president barack obama has announced a disaster area declaration for new york and long island. >> we will cover both of those communities. what are we in store for today? >>> the worst -- >> woe, woe. >> we got rains we got lots of rain yesterday, we are going to get lots of rain today. we will see some of that today as well. i can't say the wore is over. all i can say is sandy made landfall. it could stall out for a bit and begin to move off towards the north. todays we are going to see hefty winds and alplenty of rain. we can see that behind me as we look at mailed's most powerful radar, the heavy rain along i-9 a, i-270, you don't need to travel tod
for the ravens? we will look at that, thank you for joining us on this tuesday morning, i'm megan pringle. >> i'm charley crowson. let's get to a check of the forecast with lynette charles. things changed a lot over the course of 24 hours. >>> we had the rain in here and the cold front moved through. that's what you are talking about. we are brisk. temperature owings mills 47 degrees. we will have the winds picking up throughout the days out of the northwest, the north westerly wind is a chilly wind. 48 degrees now in monroe. dew points drying out, dew point 43. meyersville, last stop, temperature 49 with the dew point at 42, the winds northwest at 5-10 miles an hour. that's going to be the scenario for today. looking at maryland's most powerful radar, we have all the sweeps on scanning the skies to see if we will find rain. high pressure is going to do its thing, build in, we are going to have a nice day to look out. break out the sun shades, but we will be breezy throughout the day. by lunchtime, the temperature of 63 degrees, by 3:00, that's high temperature i'm going with, 65 degrees, under
to say after a huge loss. thank you for joining us. i'm charley crowson. >> i'm megan pringle. we are breaking news, we are going to check in, in federal hill. first a check on the weather. >>> breaking news, linda so is live this morning, early this morning, we got the word that there was a fire in federal hill. >> it's on battery avenue. we have been working to get crews to the scene. linda is there right now. are you with us? >> reporter: hi. >> go ahead. >> reporter: a lot of fire trucks on the scene. we are on riverside avenue. this fire happened in the 1200 block of battery avenue, a street up, a block up there. firefighters about 80 of them are here now, trying to get the fire out. the fire is not out yet, it is under control. the problem here, is this home was filled with so much debris inside, a lot of clothing, wood, that it's really intensifying the fire. they are having a hard time putting it out. this broke out at 3:30 this morning. a 3-story row home. there was an elderly couple, their adult son, his wife, a 2 year old boy and a 4 year old girl, sleeping in the home
in hoboken, new jersey, an area that was hit very hard. she's going to show us some of the damage and tell us how the national guard was called in. >>reporter: well, president obama will visit hard-hit new jersey today, and in this hoboken area, the mayor says that some 15,000 to 20,000 people remain trapped inside of their homes because of flood waters. now the national guard is here to help rescue some of those people, but this is just one of many neighborhoods still suffering from sandy's wrath. residents across the eastern seaboard are beginning to pick up the pieces in the wake of superstorm sandy. >> i lived here for 39 years, i've been through several hurricanes going back to gloria, and i've never seen anything like this at all. >>reporter: sandy made landfall near atlantic city, new jersey monday night, bringing a storm surge that flooded the jersey shore. new york subway tunnels and laguardia airport. rescue efforts are still under way to save those left stranded. this woman and her mother rode out the storm trapped in a car. >> there's nobody around, you don't know where to go.
'll, of course, have more on the o's coming up on this wednesday morning. good morning and thanks for joining us, i'm megan pringle. >> i'm charley crowson. we'll start with weather and traffic in just a moment. first we've got some school closures and delays to tell you about. >> yeah. we do want to let he know kent county, queen anne county are on a 90-minute delay this morning, that is because of the fog, which is clearly the big story right now. and in queen anne county, there's no morning pre-k. >> you've been watching us throughout the morning. it's bad out there. >>reporter: it's awful out there. i had trouble coming in from bel aire this morning. there's reduced visibility across the region and we do have some problems in hartford county. there's a fallen tree that has actually shut down a portion of hartford road. i'll have more on that coming up in just a bit. lynette, i hope this ends soon. >> it's not going to be soon. we have a dense fog advisory until 8:00 and until then we have fog across the area. let's continue to tawblg about this fog because we do have less than, in a lot of
forge early this morning. heavy rain along with thunder and lightning. that's what many of us woke up to in the early morning hours on this friday october 19th. good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. happy friday. hopefully all that rain will be out by the time you take your kids to the bus stop or wherever you heading. let's go over to lynette charles to see what you are in store for. >> as kids go to the bus stop they will need the rain gear as they head out and about because we have showers out there on maryland's most powerful radar. and it keeps on redeveloping around harford county. so bel air right now you are dealing with wet weather. some moderate rain coming down around kingsville and also perry hall. just to the north of middle river this morning. and also we are dealing with some wet weather in havre de grace again. aberdeen also perryman and port deposit. we had a little brake along i- 95 that stretch but it's back. so this will be the story as we go throughout the day. off and on showers this morning. and then finally things will begin to taper off a b
parkville up to tow son. for those -- towson. those of you using the jfx, a typical 11-minute ride traveling southbound from 695 to fayette street. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. now over to you charley. >>> a brief scare for the orioles as they headed to tampa. there was smoke in the front cabin of the plane. as a result the flight was diverted to jacksonville. a spokesperson said the emergency landing was to be safe and no one on board was in danger. the manager says the guys caught the giants eagles game before taking off and they begin the 3-game series tonight first pitch at 7:05. orioles are in the playoffs in florida getting ready for the season ending series with tampa and the excitement is nothing short of amazing. sherrie johnson is live in towson where the o's are on everyone's mind. usually this time year we are talking about the ravens. >> reporter: we are here at dunkin donuts and i've been chatting it up with people going in to get the coffee and everything and everyone is really excited for the o's. today the o's are in tampa today tuesday and wednesday ready t
timesaver traffic. now over to you megan. >>> no doubt many of us are waking up a little less gritty i'd. no late night watching the o's -- eyed. no late night watching the o's. and that's thanks to a travel day. get ready for another game tonight. city is hosting a pep rally later this morning. so charley is live at city hall with more on what the city plans to do and you know, so many people in baltimore are saying we waited so long. time to celebrate. >> reporter: it is time to celebrate megan. 15 years in the making and baltimore orioles return to play off baseball and the city is calling for the same spirit enthusiasm here at camden yards for sunday and monday's game 1and 2a pep rally for 10:30 on the lawn stephanie rawlings- blake tweeted this around 4 yesterday wanting to give the fans a chance to come out and support the orioles who were in new york for game 3 of the divisional playoffs and with the team on the road tonight, in new york, for a return to the playoffs, and the road game in new york, they have not been there since 1996, you may wonder what new yorkers think about
. and if you are using the jfx to get downtown, no problems to report whatsoever. it's going to take you that typical 11 minutes right now traveling southbound from the beltway all the way down to fayette street. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. back over to you. >>> two minutes after 6:00 right now. an important abc2 news investigation that you have to see before you take your kids to the bus stop this morning. >> each morning we put our kids on the bus sending them to school thinking they're safe and of course hoping they'll behave. but josie sturman is here this morning and you're saying we may need to be more concerned about driver. >> reporter: our investigation found hundreds of local school bus drivers cited for blowing through red lights and speeding sometimes even in school zones. but there could be even hundreds more we don't know about because of a lack of oversight that means some drivers don't have to report their camera tickets. our abc2 news investigation looked at camera citations like these handed out to driver who work specifically for the baltimore city an
doctors have to say on this tuesday morning. good morning and thanks for joining us i am megan pringle. >> i am charley croweson. the bigtory -- story is the-- the big story is the last debate. >> and it was the final time they were on stage, the last time we will see the two together. last night in a showdown on foreign policy, we heard about bayonets and battleships and bailouts but they kept having to steer them back to foreign policy. >> they were talking about education at one point and bob schieffer got everyone on point and this morning sandra endo is live in florida with a wrap-up of the night that was. >> reporter: president obama came out swinging in the third and final debate. but regardless of who won, both candidates have a lot more work to do in the final days of the contest to sway voters' minds. it was not as heated as this second debate, but this final showdown did have plenty of fireworks and fiery exchanges. >> nothing governor romney said is true. >> attack me is not talking about how we will deal with the challenges that exist in the middle east. >> reporter: it fo
innings. and guaranteeing the win. and going joe namath on us. we're dropping the hammer you may get the call at some point. all hands on deck and from the bronx set for 5:07. we don't want to forget about the other birds. ravens and the cowboys and game time is set for 1:00. ravens lead the north with a 4- 1 record. >>> news time is 6:05. this morning t was the current vp and the man wanting his job. and joe biden and paul ryan squared off for the only debate. and it covered a wide range of issues in 90 minutes. the attack on the consulate and tax cuts and building the middle class. >> you detected my frustration with their attitude about the american people. my friend says that 30% of the american people are tinkers. >> 23 million are struggling for work, 1 5% are in poverty. this is not what a recovery looks like. >> this was the one and only debate. the president and the governor meet for their second debate coming up on tuesday. >>> it is now 6:06. you are looking now at the scene from yesterday a house fire in baltimore that claimed the lives of five people. four children. thi
. >>> thanks for joining us on this wednesday morning. the big story that a lot of you are talking about of course the presidential debates last night. it happened in new york. >> the town hall style meeting moderated by cnn's candy crowley. we go live for a live report. renee marsh is live in new york this morning. >> reporter: well last night's presidential debate was nothing like the first one. the candidates were feisty and they were on message. in front of the town hall audience of uncommitted voters. president obama pulled few punches last night. a stark contrast to his debate performance two weeks ago. >> when he said, behind closed doors, that 47% of the country considered themselves victims, who refused personal responsibility, think about who he was talking about? >> mitt romney held his ground. calling the president a failed leader. >> a recent study has shown that people in the middle class will see $4,000 a year higher taxes. as a result of the spending and borrowing of this administration. i will not let that happen. >> the candidates clashed over the economy. energy. and t
signs to look out for on this wednesday morning. thanks for joining us i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. let's get to lynette charles because the past several days have been great and yesterday it was gorgeous you go ahead you have bad news coming. >> no. i am not. yes we have tropical storm sandy we will talk about that a little later but i will get you out the door this morning. so let's talk about what's going on in terms of the radar this morning. because we can see not a whole lot that's some good news across the area. but, as i step out of the way you look across west virginia a few spotty showers trying to move in across the area. but all in all, we should stay dry for today. we will get a few peeks of sunshine out there as well. now, let's talk about the temperatures because we can see what's going on closer to home here. well, we do have in the middle of the nation a nice warmup. temperatures will forge up to 80 for today. but, let's look back towards the west. that cold air 29 degrees in billings and yes, the cold air will be moving towards us as we head into t
. thanks for joining us i am megan pringle. >> lynette is here with a check of the forecast lauren is checking the roads how are things going. >> traffic is picking up on the beltway. i will have more coming up in few. but lynette is the warm weather going to stick around. >> for today and then we will have the showers coming in later today and then behind the cold front it's going to be cooler. be prepared for that. >> wow. >> so you are saying it's going to rain. >> no. >> yes the wet weather is rolling in. yes as we see isolated showers possible this afternoon some of those could be on the severeside. storm prediction center has a slight risk but southern maryland. maryland's most powerful radar is dry. showers and storms off towards the west. our main concern as you step out the door do you need the coat? you don't need the coat. temperatures are mild. we are at 66 right now in columbia. and in glen burnie the temperature is at 65 degrees. and temperatures will get up into the low 70s for today. just like we did yesterday. and it will come at a price. that price is going to be
between freeland road and old york road. now abc2 news paul jaffey is on the scene. he sent us these pictures, this accident happened just before 4:00 24 morning and it involved -- this morning and it involved three drafts. three people -- tractor- trailers. three people have been critically injured. so you will want to use york road instead. if you are heading out to 95 this is what it looks like at eastern avenue checking and taking a live look. just normal 15 minute ride right now from white marsh into the city. here's harford road everything up to speed. just 11 minutes right now on the outer loop from 95 all the way up to 83. the west side nice and clear. but it's starting to build. you're locking at a 12 minute ride on the outer loop from 795 down towards 95. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. charlie over to you. >>> you expect them to be safe this morning. now one county district says it's going to make some big changes to make sure your kids can be safe every day. abc2 news linda so is live this morning in perry hall high school and linda, what is this new p
and orioles heading up north to take on yankees. >> it's tuesday morning thanks for joining us i am megan pringle alongside lauren cook and lynette charles look at weather and charley has the umbrella. we will find out if we need it all day. how are the roads right now? fog was an issue. >> reporter: still an issue and several accidents. more on that coming up in bit. but how about the orioles game last night. >> exciting. >> reporter: how awesome is that. hopfully they will go to the bronx and we are tied up and they will win i feel it. >> keeping our fingers crossed. >> tickets for that they go on sale at 10 this morning. >> right. and if they go out to get the tickets, you might take the rain gear with you. we can see the wet weather and also it's gobbing a chilly day on tap this morning and even as we go into the after -- it's going to be a chilly day on tap this morning and even as we get into the afternoon. we have the dew point come in at 44 in reisterstown and we have patchy fog causing problems on the roadways. around aberdeen dealing with wet weather also patchy fog and chilly.
and the chilly temperatures will be plaguing us. not going to get a break for today. maryland's most powerful radar is dry, take the rain gear with you as you head out and about. if you can't get home, you will need it later. now let's talk about the temperatures, that's the story, it is chilly, big coat is needed. temperatures in the 30s this morning. 37 degrees in west friendsship. we are having the dew point at 37. we have patchy fog as well. 40 millersville with the dew point of 40. sykesville the same, temperature coming in at 39 degrees, the dew point of 38. here is reduced visibility across the area, 8 baltimore, 5 frederick, take it easy as you step out and about. the clouds on the increase and so will the rain chances. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. >>> we are dealing with patchy fog. a good morning to turn on the low beams, slow down and be careful. a crash in harford county, on route 7, hidden stream drive. if you are traveling on 95 now, no tee lays from bel air to -- delays from bel air. 695, harford road, everything up to speed, looking at the typical 11
it for free. just call them. and it turns out that u.s. consumer products safety commission they are urging you take advantage of that. also develop a practice with family, have an escape plan. should anything happen. >> that takes time for a family to get organized. but it will save your family's life. so it's not that people aren't getting it. it's just that we're all busy, we all forget about these things until it's too late. >> the consumer products safety commission says that top causes for fires in homes usually are cooking, heating and cooling equipment. >>> all right, time now for a check on your forecast. let's send it over to meteorologist lynette charles to see what's in store for today. >> we can see bladensburg 43 degrees right now. the winds out of the northwest at about 4 miles an hour. we have a light northwesterly flow and also in davidsonville we're coming in right around 47 degrees this morning. so chilly temperatures make sure you have the coat as you head out and about. we look at maryland's most powerful radar, we have all five sweeps on. no type of rain don't need the
to use or liens street instead. as we look at -- orleans street instead. as we -- as we look at 95 and 395 no delays through the fort mchenry tunnel harbor tunnel will be in great shape. and here's what the beltway looks like in overlea at bel air road nothing in are way on the inner loop towards 59 or outer loop up towards providence road. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. now over to you. >>> 20 minutes after 6. it's worse than health care officials originally thought. we are talking about the meningitis outbreak. it's killed one person for maryland and sicken another. 7 clinics may have been exposed. so linda so is here with what you need to know this morning as you get ready to head out the door. what is this all about and why are they so concerned. >> reporter: they are contaminated steroid shots commonly given for back pain. we know that at least 7 facilities throughout the state that unknowingly gave the shots linked to the outbreak including locations in towson baltimore and edgewood and bel air. the outbreak has gotten worse. the cdc reports at least five peopl
goes. thank you for joining us. i'm megan pringle. >> and i'm charlie crowson. weather and traffic in just a minute but first one of the big stories last night's debate. >> it went late i'm not sure if you saw it but if not we're going to get you all caught up. today republican mitt romney and president barack obama they go their separate ways. this after meeting for the first time their first debate in colorado. texass, health care, jobs, the taxes, health care, jobs, those were the big subjects. >> reporter: charger mitt romney came out strong in yesterday's first showdown between the candidates and a cnn snap poll shows out of a sampling of voters who watched the debate, 67% say romney won. versus obama's 25%. the first presidential debate focused on domestic issues and the candidates found plenty to spar over. >> i like the fact that if my state we had republicans and democrats come together and work together. what you did instead was to push through a plan without a zippable republican vote. >> over the that's two years health care premiums have gone up. it's true and they've
of emergency and governor o'malley is keeping a close eye on the storm and he is expected to give us a update at 10 in morning -- this morning. we will carry that live and bring outcoverage when he makes the announcement -- you the coverage when he makes the announcement. >> a mandatory evacuation was ordered for 8 last night and echoed by the governor. we will have a live report from ocean city coming up in the next half-hour. we have certainly seen this before storms like sandy leaving streets in standing water, basements a mess and businesses destroyed. >> one area that gets the worst is fells point. it's historic and scenic and prone for disaster. that's where we find sherrie johnson. >> reporter: we have a steady rain and it's getting harder and heard but it's come -- harder and youb -- but it's coming down pretty good. there's a huge pile of sand but around it messy around here where it's a little mushy from the sand. but you know, this is kind of thing people have been grabbing sandbags in the area people that live down here in fells point and area business owners are bracing for hurri
. >>> you will want to watch out for reduced visibility. if you are using inner state 70, the rain left that slick. no significant delays as you travel from columbia pike, all the way over to the beltway. as we check in and look outside. northwest corner of 695, park heights avenue, everything up to speed, no delays now, getting down to 95. pulling up drive timeses notice the rest of the beltway, in great shape now, no delays on the outer loop from 95, up to 83, you are looking a the typical 11 minute ride and the jfx clear in to the city. southbound from 695s downtown to fayetteville. that's a look at your time saver traffic. >>> a baltimore county firefighter is charged with sexually abusing two teen boys. linda so is live at county police headquarters with the latest. officers are working to get this man's photograph out there. why are that i they doing that? >> reporter: parents look at the picture and talk to kids if they come in contact with this man. anthony maurice cotel is accused of abusing two, 14 year old boys, one of the victims contacted police and told them cotel abused
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